Holiday Giveaways 2023 – Color My Quest 11 Book Prize Package by Dice Up Games

Over the past several years, there’s been an uptick in the interest in role playing games (RPGs) like Dungeons & Dragons. Maybe it’s because of the movie or inclusion in shows like Stranger Things and Big Bang Theory. It’s awesome because these types of game keep people of all ages engaged together offline and are a great idea for family bonding. We took a cruise earlier this year and were thrilled to see an extended family playing. One gentleman told us his teen nephew planned the whole thing and they met daily to play while on the cruise. Color My Quest is a color and cut role playing game from Dice Up Games that was included in our STEM & Activities gift guide this holiday season. Not only is it designed for players as young as FOUR, but it adds another layer to this exciting genre of gaming. There are free printables on their website, but Dice Up Games has offered to send one of our readers an Color My Quest prize package that includes ELEVEN different books! Adventure your way through the entry form as you attempt to be the winner of this awesome prize:

Holiday Giveaway 2023 – Color My Quest 11 Book Prize Package

11 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaways 2023 – Color My Quest 11 Book Prize Package by Dice Up Games

  1. I really don’t think there is a hard age to introduce children to tabletop role playing games, and it should be based on the interests and maturity level of the individual child. Due to our interests, my grandchildren were introduced to games early around 5 and are quick learners. Select easy role-playing tasks and marvel at the imagination and creativity bloom!

  2. I haven’t yet, obviously, as mine is 18mo. I have a PDF of a kiddie-ized D&D clone I picked up a few years back, somewhere, and I probably will use that when the time come….

  3. Not really a “best age”, though I suppose it has to at least involve when they’re talking and have some attention span, but there are already all sorts of options for kids as young as 3-4 years old (if short). Start by engaging their imaginations and start even earlier by reading to them.

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